A racing game ever made for one-line-display

My uncle bought me a CASIO PB-110 in 1990’s.

I ever developed a racing game on it’s one line display in BASIC programming language.

There are three roads, and use “_-T” to represent three position of cars. It looks like this:

The car one the left (may be right, I can not remember) is the player’s car, you can move it up, down in three roads. The cars on right is the competitor’s cars, them will drive from right to left, you must control your car to avoid to crash on to competitor’s cars.

There are six kinds of combinations of competitor’s cars:

I lost the source code of the first original game I’ve ever made, but the memory and feeling is great!


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